Chelsea Drugstore at The Market Bar is a popular party venue for hire in central Dublin.
The Chelsea Drugstore is Dublin's most popular bohemian-style cocktail bar.
George’s Street is well known for it’s long and illustrious history and character. George’s Street Arcade opened in 1876.
While it succumbed to a devastating fire in 1892, it was rebuilt and has become one of the oldest shopping markets in the world.
George’s Street is a place soaked in history and a melting pot of culture, as well as a site of many firsts.
Home to the first ever department store (Pims) in 1856, the background of famous books and stories, it was referenced in James Joyce’s “Dubliners”, Eveline works in “the stores”, long thought to be, either the South City Markets (George’s Street Arcade) or Pim’s Department Store, both of which were located on the historic street.
Over a hundred years later it became to site of the first Japanese restaurant, the first Mexican restaurant and the first Gay club in Dublin, drawing natives and tourists alike with its charm and quirky characters.